Digging Carrots – March 2010 – Growing a Vegetable Garden

Digging some big carrots in this show. Some of these went over a lb. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at www.thebayougardener.com

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    25 Responses to “Digging Carrots – March 2010 – Growing a Vegetable Garden”

    1. webcajun Says:

      @sfaster … I didn’t think they would be any good at that size but I was wrong. Will be cooking some that was canned … in a stew tomorrow. Good stuff………Donald

    2. sfaster Says:

      @webcajun Stew sounds good………..
      Donald enjoy with your family, You certainly earned a full belly.

    3. boyz3n8fan Says:

      Looks like your lab loves carrots too! Reminds me of my old lab Blackjack, got me a yellow lab now. Labs are great dogs. Love your videos, lots of great gardening tips. Keep up the good work………Chris

    4. webcajun Says:

      @boyz3n8fan … Hey Chris, I’ve been having labs since the 70s and agree they are fine dogs. They will chew everything in sight the first 2 years but after that they’re OK. lol……..Donald

    5. markethopper Says:

      haha! my dogs would do the same thing! great video!!! keep up the good work! 🙂

    6. webcajun Says:

      @markethopper … she sure likes vegetables……..Donald

    7. buffalopatriot Says:

      Hi Donald – I’m a greenhorn at growing and was wondering if carrots, beets and radishes need to be hilled? I love your videos and I love your homestead.

    8. webcajun Says:

      @buffalopatriot … No hilling required, just plant at the right depth and they’ll do the rest. Glad you enjoy the videos and hope they give you some ideas……….Donald

    9. TheWarscoming Says:

      webcajun i hope you upgrade your videos for 2011. your land looks beautiful , im not jealous as a rule but id love some land like yours ,id grow all year round

    10. webcajun Says:

      @TheWarscoming … not sure what you mean by upgrade? If it means make new ones, I’ll be doing that……Donald

    11. TheWarscoming Says:

      hi donald, many thanks for replying to my comments about your beautiful garden and veg. by upgrade i mean making new videos for 2011. your weather looks great and your soil looks like clay is that right? many thanks once again. its nice to see how americans grow their veg.

    12. webcajun Says:

      @TheWarscoming … it’s a mix of sand and clay with deep top soil. This stuff will grow anything so it makes my job so much easier…….Donald

    13. akadj1 Says:

      love the vids keep then coming………..cody

    14. webcajun Says:

      @akadj1 …Thanks, should have another one soon…….Donald

    15. rlal85 Says:

      Hi Donald… I was wondering if i could transplant carrots and if so, when and how. Thank you 🙂

    16. webcajun Says:

      @rlal85 …Not sure if they can be transplanted, I’ve always planted the seeds directly in the garden. A lot easier that way…….Donald

    17. delicatelilflower88 Says:

      um are they organic? how do u fertalize ur crops? i use a wild salmon

    18. webcajun Says:

      @delicatelilflower88 …No these are not organic, I use commercial fertilizer….Donald

    19. RaymondsPlantProduce Says:

      Hey Donald…I have a question, is it necessary to thin carrots out or can i just let them to grow to a huge size. Thank you.

    20. webcajun Says:

      @RaymondsPlantProduce …For em to grow to full size they really need to be a couple of inches apart……..Donald

    21. anyusmoon1 Says:

      Wow, children working without grumbling… almost as astonishing as the size of some of those carrots!

      Wonderful video, thank you for sharing.

    22. webcajun Says:

      @anyusmoon1 …Glad you enjoyed the video……Donald

    23. 37crackerjack Says:

      GREAT CARROTS!!!!!

    24. webcajun Says:

      @37crackerjack …I canned a lot of em and still eating those same carrots…..Donald

    25. 37crackerjack Says:

      Nothing like carrots from your own garden. A better taste.
      I can also.

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